What is it about being in nature that makes us feel so good? The fresh, clean air, the scent of pine needles and leaves, the sun on our skin, listening to the birds and squirrels, and the list goes on.
In February of this year I took a writing class at a neighborhood church and it had quite an impact on me. As I was brainstorming ideas this morning for an upcoming retreat centered on prayer, I looked back on
I came across the following quote in a blog post by my friend Amy Putkonen recently and it really spoke to me. “Walk away quietly in any direction and taste the freedom of the mountaineer. Camp out among the grasses and
As I was going through some old paperwork this week in preparation for my upcoming move, I came across a Loving Kindness Meditation that I had misplaced. I was overjoyed to rediscover it as I like to use it as a guided
Winter is the season of stillness, cocooning, hunkering down in front of a roaring fire, curling up with a good book, journaling or simply sitting in the stillness and listening. Silence tethers me to the present moment, right here, right